1. Hellmann’s - It’s Time for Real

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    We created this spot along with Sons and Daughters director Steve Gordon for the Hellmann's site http://www.eatrealeatlocal.ca/ Agency is Ogilvy, Toronto

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    • The Rebound

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      Since we began rebuilding w/ the Filipino people in the days after Typhoon Haiyan, nothing has been more endearing than their resilience & their love of basketball. Collectively, they’ve found comfort in a game, & to this day, they continue to rebound. Please give to our continued relief effort & share this video all over the interwebs. We have a team in place to help with the most recent typhoon. To find out more about how you can help, check out these links: www.samaritanspurse.org www.sptv.org twitter.com/samaritanspurse facebook.com/samaritanspurse © Samaritan's Purse. 2014 All tip jar proceeds go to Samaritan's Purse International Relief.

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      • Love in a Little Town

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        A little film about a little town at the epicentre of a big earthquake. When everything is stripped back by disaster it reveals what is at the heart of a resilient neighbourhood... Its the love, time and energy of its people. Lyttelton is the port for Christchurch City, New Zealand, that was devastated by an earthquake in february this year. In this time of great loss, Lyttelton and its community stood out as being resilient, organised and sustainable. It already had the community connections, timebanking, resource sharing and a cooperative arts community. This film tells a little of the healing power of arts and the connected nature of the community in Lyttelton. If this film wins any money in the Possible Futures Film Competition Im giving half of it to the people of Lyttelton to help them rebuild their beautiful town with more love and sustainability. Because even the act of making a film is part of the process of healing and rebuilding. Music and inspiration from The Eastern Shot on Canon 550D with Nikon Prime lenses

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        • Coca-Cola #HurDumPakistani TVC

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          Where there is will, there is happiness! Here is to the resilience of the people of Pakistan #HurDumPakistani #Coca-Cola #Pakistan

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          • Kerosene

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            In the 1990s, the Sri Lankan government’s embargoes on fuel, medicines and food items in the north and east of Sri Lanka in an effort to frustrate the operations of a separatist militant group known as the Tamil Tigers reached their peak. In the face of dearth and hardship, the locals resorted to increasingly inventive ways of making do. ‘Kerosene’ is a video portrait of resilience, innovation and survival, capturing the stories of taxi drivers and their remarkable ingenuity. 'Kerosene' has been screened at the 8th Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival 2012, The MIX International Short Film Festival 2012 (Richmond, Virginia), Film South Asia 2011 and selected for Travelling Film South Asia 2012. A 16 minute version of 'Kerosene' won the Prism award for best documentary short at the Seattle South Asian International Documentary Festival 2013 (http://groundviews.org/2013/03/06/kerosene-by-kannan-arunasalam-wins-international-documentary-award/). Shot and cut by Kannan Arunasalam Must mention Sweta "equipment girl" Velpillay, Nagalingam Arunasalam, Kethasarma Ledchumanasarma and Prashan Thalayasingam Supported by http://groundviews.org

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            • The Powerdown Show - Transition Towns and Energy Descent Pathways

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              This is programme 8 of the Cultivate Centre's 10 part TV series - The Powerdown Show. In this programme the history of the Transition Town process is outlined and the concept of Energy Decent Action Planning (EDAP) is explained. EDAPs demonstrate workable partnerships between the community, key stakeholders and local government's commitment to finding solutions to climate change and peak oil and is a way to build resilient and robust communities. Filmed in Kinsale, Ireland and Totnes, UK, this episode features Rob Hopkins, author of the Transition Handbook, Klaus Harvey of Transition Town Kinsale, Graham Strouts, Kinsale College of Further Education, and Davie Philip who coordinates the Irish Transition Town network amongst others. Producer: Rob Carr; Director: Davie Philip For more info on the The Powerdown show go to www.cultivate.ie

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              • Operation Angel in Lower Tully

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                This is the story of Operation Angel and a visit to Lower Tully - you don't do aid work to be thanked, but the Lower Tully people were thankful and had a surprise bonanza afternoon tea ready for Jacqueline Pascarl the founder ... featuring photographs from Carolyn Bofinger and June Perkins. Editing mentored by ABC Open.

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                • Forests for the Future | Ross Harrison

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                  FORESTS FOR THE FUTURE is a Semifinalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. View more Semifinalist films at https://vimeo.com/groups/focusforwardfilms/albums/6362. Amid profound challenges to sustainability, Dr Ranil Senanayake has developed a system of ecosystem restoration with a difference. Already spreading internationally, ‘analog forestry’ could be a vital ingredient in a global model of sustainable land-use. Directed and Produced by Ross Harrison Camera Assistant, Kavindu Ediriweera Music, 'Childhood' by Matti Palaanen Illustration, Emily Avery Special Thanks to Dr Ranil Senanayake and Rainforest Rescue International.

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                  • Paper

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                    from Kannan Arunasalam / Added

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                    In the 1990s, the Sri Lankan government’s embargoes on fuel, medicines and food items in the north and east of Sri Lanka in an effort to frustrate the operations of a separatist militant group known as the Tamil Tigers reached their peak. In the face of dearth and hardship, the locals resorted to increasingly inventive ways of making do. ‘Paper’ is a video portrait of resilience, expression and survival, capturing the stories of newspaper workers and their remarkable ingenuity. 'Paper' has been screened at the 8th Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival 2012, The MIX International Short Film Festival 2012 (Richmond, Virginia), Film South Asia 2011 (selected for Travelling Film South Asia 2012), and broadcast on Aljazeera English. Shot and cut by Kannan Arunasalam Must mention Sweta "equipment girl" Velpillay, Kethasarma Ledchumanasarma and Prashan Thalayasingam Supported by http://groundviews.org.

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                    • Koothu

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                      from Kannan Arunasalam / Added

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                      During the 1980s, a team of doctors led by Dr Sivarajah discovered an increasing number of cases of leprosy in the village of Kartupolam in Jaffna, northern Sri Lanka. This video portrait tells the story of how community medicine and "koothu", a kind of traditional street theatre, helped the community overcome ignorance and isolation. Koothu, kerosene and paper: portraits of resilience, expression and survival about the people of Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Shot and cut by Kannan Arunasalam "Iley, illey" song written by Reverend P. Joshua Sivagnanam and performed by P. Kalaivani Thank you to everyone from the Kartupolam community and Kaveri Kala manram, especially Priya and Palani for sharing their stories, Dr N. Sivarajah, Reverend P. Joshua Sivagnanam, and Dr Preman Jayaratnam Must mention Sweta "equipment girl" Velpillay, Nagalingam Arunasalam, Kethasarma Ledchumanasarma and Prashan Thalayasingam Supported by http://groundviews.org

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